There are many opportunities for qualified students or post-doctoral fellows interested in working within CAMH’s Research Program.
Undergraduate or graduate student placements are available on an ongoing basis, depending on the needs of individual scientists. If you are a student wishing to work at CAMH, we suggest you contact a scientist directly in your area of interest and include your CV. Students have also found positions through co-op arrangements with their university or through volunteer or paid work in the Research Program.
CAMH does not have a centralized program for undergraduate or graduate student applications.
Prospective post-doctoral fellows may apply for positions through a dedicated post-doctoral fellowship program at CAMH. The deadline for these fellowships is typically toward the end of the calendar year, although other opportunities may arise throughout the year.
The Post-doctoral Fellowship Program is run through the Research Services Office. The Director of Research Training and Mentorship is Dr. John Vincent.